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Stage Name: David Tennant

Birth Name: David John McDonald

Date Of Birth: 18th April 1971

Height: 6"1

Home Town: Paisley, Scotland

Education: Ralston Primary, Paisley Grammar School, Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.

Favourite Book: The Catcher in the Rye by JD Salinger.

Favourite Film: Any Alfred Hitchcock but particulary Marnie.

Favourite Actress: Audrey Hepburn.

Favourite Play: Look Back In Anger and The Glass Menagerie.

Favourite TV Show: The West Wing.

Favourite Work Of Art: Rodin's The Kiss.

Favourite Piece Of Music: Fishing For A Dream - Turin Breaks.

Favourite Bands: The Proclaimers and The Beatles.

Favourite Doctor Who Monster: The Zygons.



In this section we take a look at David Tennant's amazing theatrical history. David has had a highly acclaimed career on the stage and has performed with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre. 

His portrayal of Hamlet in 2008 was critically acclaimed and the theatre event of the year. He was described as "The greatest Hamlet of his generation" by The Guardian and when the show transferred from Startford-Upon-Avon to London it sold out in under 24 hours.

In 2018 David was awarded The Best Actor In A Play Award by WhatsOnStage for his role as DJ in the 2017 revival of Patrick Marber's play Don Juan In Soho.

It was the fourth time that David has received the award, having previously won for Hamlet, Much Ado About Nothing and Richard II.

David Tennant’s latest West End play, Good, has been postponed due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. 
If you already have tickets you don’t need to do anything as you will be contacted and given priority to reschedule your theatre trip. 

The run was due to begin on 6th October 2020 at London’s Playhouse Theatre, but due to the pandemic and social distancing restrictions the dates have had to be changed. No official start date has been revealed. 
If you don’t yet have tickets but would like to get some you can sign up for priority booking here. 


Year:  2021

Character:  John Halder

Production Company / Theatre: Fictionhouse for the Playhouse Theatre

Set in 1930s Germany, Good shows how essentially moral and good people can be seduced and manipulated into following Nazism. It follows the journey of a Frankfurt professor, John Halder, an upstanding member of the community and devoted family man, on his journey from liberal-mindedness through to his participation in SS activities, and his justification for his actions at each step. The play was originally commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company and premiered at the Donmar Warehouse in 1981 and was revived in 1999.


Year:  2018

Character:  Richard II / Himself

Production Company / Theatre: The Oxford Playhouse

David Tennant helped the Oxford Playhouse celebrate their 80th Anniversary in style.
David appeared at the theatre to mark the milestone anniversary. He joined other stars including Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Jeremy Irons and Sinéad Cusack, on stage at the theatre for a one night only revue covering the last 80 years and the story of the venue itself – from its pre-Second World War origins to the present day.
David performed an extract from his award winning Royal Shakespeare Company portrayal of Richard II as well as a reading of D.H.Lawrence's The Oxford Voice and a short appearance in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead for the show.


Year:  2018

Character:  The Tenth Doctor 

Production Company / Theatre: The o2

David Tennant reprised his role as the Tenth Doctor for one night onlywhen he appeared on stage in The Muppets Take The O2 for a new sketch of the classic Pigs In Space.

Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy lead Gonzo, Fozzie, the Swedish Chef, Animal and the gang as their most sensational, inspirational, celebrational, muppetational, full-length live show comes to Europe for three shows at London's O2. 




Year:  2017

Character:  DJ

Production Company / Theatre: Wyndham's Theatre

Patrick Marber's updating of MoliíÂre's Don Juan has transposed the action to today's London where this modern-day wastrel is let loose among the fleshpots of Soho. DJ is an utter cad, an aristocrat who will bed anything female and attractive without a thought for the consequences. In a demotic script full of foul language and irresistible filthy jokes Marber uses the character to lay into the idiocies of our age, notably our obsession with celebrity.





Year:  2013, 2014 and Reprisal Performance 2016

Character:  Richard II

Production Company / Theatre: The Royal Shakespeare Company

Richard is King. A monarch ordained by God to lead his people. But he is also a man of very human weakness. A man whose vanity threatens to divide the great houses of England and drag his people into a dynastic civil war that will last 100 years. RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran directs David Tennant in the title role.

Performed in at The Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon in 2013 and The Barbican in London in 2014.

David once again reprised the role as part of the Royal Shakespeare Company's King And Country event in 2016 when it was staged once again at The Barbican in London and then transferred for a run at BAM in New York.


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Year:  2011

Character:  Benedick

Production Company / Theatre: Wyndham's Theatre

The summer of 2011 saw David Tennant and Catherine Tate appear together on stage for the first time in a brand new production of William Shakespeare’s timeless comedy Much Ado About Nothing. Two young lovers Claudio and Hero are to be married imminently but the devious scheming of a resentful Prince looks set to thwart the nuptials. Meanwhile, marriage seems inconceivable for reluctant lovers Beatrice and Benedick whose endless witty sparring threatens to keep them apart forever. Directed by Josie Rourke, Artistic Director of the Bush Theatre, Much Ado About Nothing is one of Shakespeare’s great plays and reminds us all of the failings and triumphs of the human condition in our never ending search for perfect love.


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Year:  2010

Character:  Various Characters

Production Company / Theatre: Leicester Sqaure Theatre

David Tennant was the surprise guest in New York transfer Celebrity Autobiography, in which actors and comedians read absurd, pretentious paragraphs from other people’s books.

David read passages from the autobiographies of David Cassidy, N'Sync and Britney Spears.




Year:  2008 - 2009

Character:  Hamlet

Production Company / Theatre:  The Royal Shakespeare Company

The King of Denmark is dead and has been succeeded by his brother Claudius. Claudius has also married Gertrude, the widowed Queen. Hamlet, Gertrude's son, is already distressed by his father's death and the hasty remarriage and when his father's ghost appears to tell him that he had been murdered by Claudius, Hamlet vows revenge. To cover his intentions, he feigns madness.

Polonius, the Lord Chamberlain, whose daughter Ophelia is all but betrothed to Hamlet, believes that his madness is caused by repressed love and sets a trap for them. Spied on by Polonius and Claudius, Hamlet encounters Ophelia and violently rejects her.

A Company of Players arrives and Hamlet asks them to perform a play, The Murder of Gonzago, hoping that its similarity to the murder of his own father will force Claudius to betray his guilt. Hamlet's suspicions are confirmed. He visits his mother, reviling her for her hasty marriage, and accidentally kills Polonius, hiding in the chamber. Claudius sends Hamlet to England, planning to have him murdered.

Laertes, Polonius' son returns demanding revenge for his father's death. His sister, Ophelia, maddened by grief, has drowned herself. Hamlet returns and confronts Laertes and Claudius at her funeral. Claudius plots with Laertes to kill Hamlet in a fencing match in which Laertes will have a poisoned sword. The plot miscarries and Laertes dies. Gertrude drinks from a poisoned cup intended for Hamlet and also dies. Hamlet, wounded by the poisoned sword, kills Claudius before he, too, dies.

Fortinbras of Norway lays claim to the throne of Denmark.

Performed at The Other Place in Stratford-upon-Avon in 2008 and The Novello Theatre in London in 2009.


Hamlet On Stage Photos Videos   | Hamlet On Film Photos


Year:  2008

Character:  Berowne

Production Company / Theatre:  The Royal Shakespeare Company

The King of Navarre and three of his lords form a little 'academe' in which they vow to study for three years, renouncing the company of women. But the Princess of France and three of her ladies arrive on a diplomatic mission, throwing the plan into chaos as soon as the vows are made. The men from Navarre trump each other in a scene in which they are overheard reading aloud their bad love poems. The ladies then comprehensively outwit the men in a scene involving Russian disguise. A comic sub-plot concerns an extravagantly spoken Spaniard, his clever page, a country clown and a pregnant dairymaid, with contributions from a curate and a pedantic schoolmaster, culminating in a pageant of classical and biblical heroes, 'The Nine Worthies'. Halfway through this show, Marcade arrives with news of the death of the princess' father. The mood turns sombre and the ladies give the men the task of performing a year's ascetic penance or community service before they will marry them.

Performed in Stratford-upon-Avon at The Other Place.




Year: 2007

Character:  Himself

Production Company / Theatre: 

David Tennant made a cameo appearance as himself, during the 'Suits you, sir' sketch, in The Fast Show Live At The Dominion Theatre.


Year:  2005 / 2006

Character:  Jimmy Porter

Production Company / Theatre:  Theatre Royal, Bath and Royal Lyceum Theatre

Look Back in Anger (1956) is a realist play written by John Osborne. It focuses on the life and marital struggles of an intelligent and educated but disaffected young man of working-class origin, Jimmy Porter, and his equally competent yet impassive upper-middle-class wife Alison. The supporting characters include Cliff Lewis, an amiable Welsh lodger who attempts to keep the peace, and Helena Charles, Alison's snobbish friend.

Osborne drew inspiration from his personal life and failing marriage with Pamela Lane while writing Look Back in Anger, which was his first successful outing as a playwright. The play spawned the term "angry young men" to describe Osborne and those of his generation who employed the harshness of realism in the theatre in contrast to the more escapist theatre that characterized the previous generation.

In 2006 David Tennant performed as Jimmy Porter again, in a staged reading of the play at London's Royal Court Theatre.


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Year:  2004

Character:  Lord Piso

Production Company / Theatre:  Shakespeare's Globe

David took part in a reading of The Fleer at the Globe Education Centre


Year:  2003 - 2004

Character:  Katurian

Production Company / Theatre:  Royal National Theatre

The Pillowman is a 2003 play by Irish playwright Martin McDonagh.

A writer of short stories is in police custody. He doesn't know why he is being held but assumes it must be something to do with the fact that many of his stories involve murders. As the play unfolds, the police tell him that someone is enacting his stories.

David Tennant starred in the premiere of the play on 13 November 2003 at the Royal National Theatre, directed by John Crowley.




Year:  2003

Character:  Performer Of Nevertheless

Production Company / Theatre:   Theatre Royal, Drury Lane

On the evening of Sunday March 23 2003, over 200 theatre performers took part in a special gala show at the filled to capacity Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London, under the banner of the London Concert for Peace. The show was put together by performers working in the West End to express their opposition to the US-led war against Iraq. It featured solo readings and songs, as well as ensemble numbers provided by the companies of several shows. Proceeds from ticket sales were donated to human rights groups and aid agencies.


Year:  2002

Character:  Jeff

Production Company / Theatre:   Donmar Warehouse / Ambassadors Theatre

Lobby Hero premiered Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons in 2001.

The UK première was staged at the Donmar Warehouse, in previews on April 4, opening April 10 and closing on May 4, 2002. The cast included Gary McDonald (William), Charlotte Randle (Dawn), Dominic Rowan (Bill), and David Tennant (Jeff), and was directed by Mark Brokaw. This production transferred to the New Ambassadors Theatre from June 26 (opening July 1) to August 10, 2002.

The show follows a security guard in his late twenties, his strict supervisor, and an overbearing cop and his rookie female partner. The show is set in a foyer of a middle-income Manhattan apartment building in the middle of the night.




Year:  2002

Character:  Robert
Production Company / Theatre: Royal Court Theatre

Everyone wants to get to the executive suite. Everyone wants the Delhi job. Everyone wants sex, everyone wants love. So they push for it. David Tennant starred in the U.K. premiere of this play by German writer Roland Schimmelpfennig at the Royal Court.




Year:  2001

Character:  Body Guard
Production Company / Theatre: Royal National Theatre

A staged reading of Medea.


Year:  2001

Character:  Gethin Price
Production Company / Theatre: 

Comedians is a play by Trevor Griffiths, set in a Manchester evening class for aspiring working-class comedians. It was first performed in 1975. The main character of the play is Gethin Price, The play deals with political issues such as sexism and racism.


Year:  2001

Character:  Lysander / Flute
Production Company / Theatre: The Royal Shakespeare Company

A Midsummer Night's Dream is a comedy written by William Shakespeare in 1595/96. It portrays the events surrounding the marriage of Theseus, the Duke of Athens, to Hippolyta, the former queen of the Amazons.


Year:  2000

Character:  Dawid Tenemann
Production Company / Theatre: The Royal Shakespeare Company

A filmed piece for Laughter In The Dark at The Other Place, Stratford-upon-Avon,


Year:  2000

Character:  Romeo 
Production Company / Theatre: The Royal Shakespeare Company

Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare early in his career about two young star-crossed lovers whose deaths ultimately reconcile their feuding families. It was originally published in 1597.

A long-standing feud between the Montagues and the Capulets flares up in a brawl on the streets of Verona, halted only by the arrival of Prince Escalus. Romeo, only son of the Montagues, is hopelessly in love with the unattainable Rosaline. Attempting to shake him out of his melancholy, his friends Mercutio and Benvolio persuade him to go to a party at the Capulets' house. There he meets and falls instantly in love with Juliet, the Capulets' only daughter, and she with him. With the help of Juliet's Nurse, they are secretly married the next day by Friar Laurence. Juliet's cousin Tybalt quarrels with Romeo and in the fight which ensues Mercutio is killed. Romeo avenges his friend's death and kills Tybalt, for which he is banished from Verona on pain of death. After spending a single night with his bride, he escapes to Mantua. Juliet learns that her parents plan to marry her to Count Paris. Distraught, she turns to Friar Laurence, who devises a plan. He gives her a drug which will make her appear to be dead. The intention is that her parents will place her in the family tomb and when she awakes from her drugged sleep, Romeo will be waiting to escape with her to Mantua. When Romeo returns to Verona, he believes her really to be dead and kills himself. Waking to find Romeo dead beside her, Juliet kills herself. The two families, united in grief, vow to end their feud.




Year:  2000

Character:  Jack Absolute
Production Company / Theatre: The Royal Shakespeare Company

The Rivals is a comedy of manners by Richard Brinsley Sheridan in five acts which was first performed at Covent Garden Theatre on 17 January 1775.

The play is set in Bath in the 18th century, a town legendary for conspicuous consumption and fashion at the time. People would travel there to take the waters which were believed to have healing properties. The town was much less exclusive than London, and provides an ideal setting for the characters.


The plot centres around two characters: Lydia Languish and Captain Jack Absolute. Lydia is obsessed with the romantic ideals of love she reads in popular novels of the time, and is drawn into a relationship with Captain Absolute, who pretends to be a poor soldier called Ensign Beverly. Lydia finds the idea of eloping with a poor soldier romantic. In reality, Captain Absolute is a rich gentleman, the son of Sir Anthony Absolute. Both Sir Anthony and Mrs Malaprop, Lydia's aunt, want to prevent their secret romance. Mrs Malaprop wants Lydia to marry for financial reasons.


The marriage arranged by Sir Anthony is, in fact, with Lydia, but when Lydia finds out who Ensign Beverly really is, she refuses to marry him, clinging to her romantic notions of eloping with a poor soldier.


Year:  2000

Character:  Antipholus of Syracuse    

Production Company / Theatre: The Royal Shakespeare Company

The Comedy of Errors is one of William Shakespeare's early plays. It is his shortest and one of his most farcical comedies, with a major part of the humour coming from slapstick and mistaken identity, in addition to puns and word play. The Comedy of Errors (along with The Tempest) is one of only two of Shakespeare's plays to observe the Unity of Time (classical unities). It has been adapted for opera, stage, screen and musical theatre numerous times worldwide.

The Comedy of Errors tells the story of two sets of identical twins that were accidentally separated at birth (Shakespeare was father to one pair of twins). Antipholus of Syracuse and his servant, Dromio of Syracuse, arrive in Ephesus, which turns out to be the home of their twin brothers, Antipholus of Ephesus and his servant, Dromio of Ephesus. When the Syracusans encounter the friends and families of their twins, a series of wild mishaps based on mistaken identities lead to wrongful beatings, a near-seduction, the arrest of Antipholus of Ephesus, and false accusations of infidelity, theft, madness, and demonic possession.




Year:  1999

Character:  Edgar

Production Company / Theatre: Royal Exchange Theatre

King Lear is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare. It depicts the gradual descent into madness of the title character, after he disposes of his kingdom giving bequests to two of his three daughters based on their flattery of him, bringing tragic consequences for all. Derived from the legend of Leir of Britain, a mythological pre-Roman Celtic king, the play has been widely adapted for the stage and motion pictures, with the title role coveted by many of the world's most accomplished actors.


Year:  1999

Character:  Edward, The Black Prince

Production Company / Theatre: The Globe

A staged reading of Edward III


Year:  1999

Character:  Pavel

Production Company / Theatre: Albery Theatre

David Tennant starred in the play as Pavel, the Daily Telegraph review said at the time "David Tennant is flesh-creepingly horrible as the crippled Pavel - you know you ought to feel sorry for the hunchbacked little nerd but his snivelling self-pity repels all sympathy."

Also starring in the play were Shelia Hancock as Vassa, Anne Marie Duff as Lyudmill and Ron Cook as Prokhor.




Year:  1998

Character:  Performer

Production Company / Theatre: Royal Shakespeare Company

Performed at The Other Place as part of the Stratford-upon-Avon Fringe Festival.


Year:  1998

Character:  Brinsley Miller

Production Company / Theatre: Comedy Theatre

Black Comedy is a one-act farce by Peter Shaffer, first performed in 1965.

The play is written to be staged under a reversed lighting scheme: the play opens on a darkened stage. A few minutes into the show there is a short circuit, and the stage is illuminated to reveal the characters in a "blackout." On the few occasions when matches, lighters, or torches are lit, the lights grow dimmer. The title of the play is a pun.

Brindsley Miller, a young sculptor, and his debutante fiancée Carol Melkett have borrowed some expensive, antique furniture from his neighbor Harold's flat without his permission in order to impress an elderly millionaire art collector coming to view Brindsley's work, and Carol's father Colonel Melkett. When the power fails, Harold returns early, and Brindsley's ex-mistress Clea shows up unexpectedly, things slide into disaster for him.




Year:  1998

Character:  Moon

Production Company / Theatre: Comedy Theatre

The Real Inspector Hound is a short, one-act play by Tom Stoppard. The plot follows two theatre critics named Moon and Birdboot who are watching a ludicrous setup of a country house murder mystery, in the style of a whodunit.


Year:  1997

Character:  Himself

Production Company / Theatre: Chelsea Theatre


Year:  1997

Character:  Boyfriend

Production Company / Theatre: 

David Tennant appeared during a previously filmed section of the play.


Year:  1997

Character:  Mickey

Production Company / Theatre: Old Vic, Queen's Theatre

Hurlyburly is a dark comedy play by David Rabe, first staged in 1984. The title refers to dialogue from Shakespeare's Macbeth. 


Hurlyburly depicts the intersecting lives of several low-to-mid-level Hollywood players in the 1980s. Fueled by large quantities of drugs, they attempt to find meaning in their isolated, empty lives.




Year:  1996

Character:  Jack Lane

Production Company / Theatre: The Royal Shakespeare Company 

Set in 1613, The Herbal Bed is a play about Susanna Hall, daughter of William Shakespeare, who is accused of adultery with the local haberdasher, Rafe Smith, the nephew of Shakespeare's close friend Hamnet Sadler.




Year:  1996

Character:  Colonel Hamilton

Production Company / Theatre: The Royal Shakespeare Company 

Richard Nelson's The General From America was commissioned by The RSC and this was it's debut performance. It played in both Stratford-upon-Avon and London.

With the newborn United States of America engaged in a fight for its life, the Hudson Valley is the center of the action. As whispers of treason creep through the colonies, history’s quintessential malefactor plots his defection and flight from this fledgling nation. Featuring the year’s hottest founding father, Alexander Hamilton, as well as President George Washington, this riveting retelling of Benedict Arnold’s treasonous plot will be well-served on the banks of the Hudson, overlooking West Point - Arnold’s own command.




Year:  1996

Character:  Touchstone

Production Company / Theatre: The Royal Shakespeare Company

This marked David Tennant's debut with the Royal Shakespeare Company.

As You Like It is a pastoral comedy by William Shakespeare believed to have been written in 1599 and first published in the First Folio in 1623. The play's first performance is uncertain, though a performance at Wilton House in 1603 has been suggested as a possibility.

As You Like It follows its heroine Rosalind as she flees persecution in her uncle's court, accompanied by her cousin Celia to find safety and, eventually, love, in the Forest of Arden. In the forest, they encounter a variety of memorable characters, notably the melancholy traveller Jaques who speaks many of Shakespeare's most famous speeches (such as "All the world's a stage", "too much of a good thing" and "A fool! A fool! I met a fool in the forest"). Jaques provides a sharp contrast to the other characters in the play, always observing and disputing the hardships of life in the country.




Year:  1996

Character:  Tom

Production Company / Theatre: Dundee Rep

The Glass Menagerie is a memory play by Tennessee Williams that premiered in 1944 and catapulted Williams from obscurity to fame.

The play has strong autobiographical elements, featuring characters based on Williams himself, his histrionic mother, and his mentally fragile sister Rose.


Year:  1995

Character:  Kenny

Production Company / Theatre: Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester

David Tennant starred in the premiere performance of this play.

Set in the back yard of a block of flats on two Sunday mornings, An Experienced Woman Gives Advice is a sharply observed comic tale of experiences and innocence, insecurities and prejudices, all explored in Heggie’s trademark raw and clear style.

Bella has her routine: she likes to have Sunday mornings to herself in the garden and not even her boyfriend Kenny, a younger man, is allowed to disturb her. But the invasion of a series of strangers and a series of rumours about Kenny’s antics the night before turns her peace into farce, a hilarious muddle of seductions and deceptions, with something quite painful at the heart of it all.


Year:  1995

Character:  Nick

Production Company / Theatre: Royal National Theatre

What the Butler Saw is a farce written by the English playwright Joe Orton. It was premièred at the Queen's Theatre in London on 5 March 1969. It was Orton's final play and the second to be performed after his death, following Funeral Games in 1968.




Year:  1994

Character:  Alan

Production Company / Theatre: The Young Vic

The Slab Boys Trilogy is a set of three plays by the Scottish playwright John Byrne. The trilogy was originally known as Paisley Patterns. The three plays which make up the trilogy are: The Slab Boys, Cuttin' a Rug, and Still Life.


Year:  1994

Character:  Edmund

Production Company / Theatre: Dundee Rep

Long Day's Journey into Night is a drama play in four acts written by American playwright Eugene O'Neill in 1941–42 but first published in 1956.

An autobiographical account of his explosive home life with a drug-addicted mother


Year:  1993 - 1994

Character:  Curdie

Production Company / Theatre: Dundee Rep


Year:  1993

Character:  Haemon

Production Company / Theatre: 7:84 Theatre Company Scotland

Antigone is a tragedy by Sophocles written in or before 441 BC. It is the third of the three Theban plays chronologically, but was the first written. 


Year:  1992 - 1993

Character:  Arthur

Production Company / Theatre: Dundee Rep


Year:  1992

Character:  Valere

Production Company / Theatre: Dundee Rep

Tartuffe, or The Impostor, or The Hypocrite, first performed in 1664, is one of the most famous theatrical comedies by Molière. The characters of Tartuffe, Elmire, and Orgon are considered among the greatest classical theatre roles.


Year:  1992

Character:  Nick

Production Company / Theatre: Dundee Rep

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is a play by Edward Albee first staged in 1962. It examines the complexities of the marriage of a middle-aged couple, Martha and George. ... Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?


Year:  1992

Character:  Simon

Production Company / Theatre: The Royal Lyceum

Hay Fever is a comic play written by Noël Coward in 1924 and first produced in 1925.  Best described as a cross between high farce and a comedy of manners, the play is set in an English country house in the 1920s, and deals with the four eccentric members of the Bliss family and their outlandish behaviour when they each invite a guest to spend the weekend. The self-centred behaviour of the hosts finally drives their guests to flee while the Blisses are so engaged in a family row that they do not notice their guests' furtive departure


Year:  1992

Character:  Various Characters

Production Company / Theatre: 7:84 Theatre Company Scotland


Year:  1992

Character:  Arthur

Production Company / Theatre: The Royal Lyceum Theatre


Year:  1992

Character:  Malcolm

Production Company / Theatre: 7:84 Theatre Company Scotland


Year:  1991 - 1992

Character:  Kenny

Production Company / Theatre: Royal Lyceum Theatre


Year:  1991

Character:  Various Characters

Production Company / Theatre: 7:84 Theatre Company Scotland

The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, subtitled "A parable play", is a 1941 play by the German playwright Bertolt Brecht.


Year:  1990

Character:  Juror 8
Production Company / Theatre: Theatre Positive Scotland, Arches Theatre

Following the closing arguments in a murder trial, the 12 members of the jury must deliberate, with a guilty verdict meaning death for the accused, an inner-city teen. As the dozen men try to reach a unanimous decision while sequestered in a room, one juror (Henry Fonda) casts considerable doubt on elements of the case. Personal issues soon rise to the surface, and conflict threatens to derail the delicate process that will decide one boy's fate.


Year:  1990

Character:  Leon Steponovitch Tolchinsky

Production Company / Theatre: Made in Glasgow (RSAMD Student Company), Chandler Studio, RSAMD


Year:  1989

Character:  Ghost

Production Company / Theatre: Phantom Productions

The Ghost Of Benji O'Neill was David Tennant's debut on the stage.

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